>>2474656>sexually attracted to either sex>but that doesn't make me bi
This shit is why anti-gay politicians who get caught fucking their male assistants think being gay is a choice. No, just because you don't wanna cuddle up and binge Game of Thrones with your fuckbuddy doesn't mean you're still straight. I think this is where biphobia can come into play. Some people will do ridiculous mental gymnastics trying to justify feelings and behaviors that no straight man would have, purely because they're afraid of considering that they themselves might not be straight.
But I do agree with this anon >>2474997> just fuck who you want and love who you want and don't worry about it, the whole categorisation mania around sexuality is bonkers.
In the end, the broad categories that exist for defining sexuality were coined in a time where it was a struggle for even the basic gay/bi spectrum to get recognized as legitimate. The categories were popularized for people with the same general preferences to be able to find each other and form a community. They were not invented for the edge cases, like OP, that don't neatly fit into the 3 little boxes we've made up.
I agree with OP here:>>2472803>The problem with calling myself bi is that people would think I'm interested in dating guys
It makes sense not to call himself bi in this case, since most people will assume bisexual means he's far more into guys than he actually is. If you're one of those edge cases, then there's not much utility in using those categorical terms, as they were never meant to apply to these kinds of nuances.
Still, I think it's important to be honest with oneself about sexual preferences, which OP seems like he is. Like I said, when mental gymnastics about sexuality come into play, typically so does homo/biphobia.
Anyway, this is becoming far too /lgbt/ and not enough /y/, so here's some men fucking.